To celebrate the release of 'Live in Berlin' Polaroid has launched a special sweepstakes for Sting fans to get first access to exclusive video footage from the Symphonicity tour and to have a chance t
November 18, 2010 

Deutsche Grammophon/Cherrytree Records, in association with Polaroid, will release Sting's new live CD/DVD package entitled Live in Berlin, featuring the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Steven Mercurio, on November 23. Culled from his critically-acclaimed Symphonicity world tour, this exclusive compilation features many of Sting's greatest hits, including "Roxanne," "Fields Of Gold, "King Of Pain" and more, all re-imagined for symphonic arrangement.

To celebrate this release, Polaroid has launched a special sweepstakes for Sting fans to get first access to exclusive video footage from the Symphonicity tour and to have a chance to win Polaroid 300 Instant Cameras. Visit www.facebook.com/Sting to watch exclusive videos from the upcoming Live In Berlin DVD and enter to win 1 of 30 @Polaroid cameras today!

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